Coming unstuck with standalones: a real head CASE
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Mon May 24 08:20:11 EDT 2010
On 24/05/2010 14:58, Sarah Reichelt wrote:
>> In the stack, when the group "CONZ" is not visible the latter half of
>> the CASE statement 'fires',
>> In a standalone, when the "CONZ" is not visible the latter half of
>> the CASE statement DOESN'T WORK.
> No wonderful ideas, but are you sure the group "CONZ" is really
> invisible, or is it inside another group that is invisible?
Just checked: the card had 2 groups; "CONZ" and "VWLZ"; when "CONZ"
is invisible it is invisible, rather than as you suggest.
> That's a
> trap that has caught me before, although I would expect it to behave
> the same in the IDE as in a standalone.
Well so would I; one of the reasons I am so mystified.
> Another possibility: could there be two groups with the same name?
> Maybe they are re-ordered in the standalone, so the script is looking
> at the wrong one.
I will probably have to ungroup the group and set the VIS on all its
components individually, curses, curses, curses.
Thanks for your ideas.
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